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May 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
perform with the five animals to survive. two leopard, monkeys, and a brown bear were delivered to the widow. the animals were quoted at the columbus zoo to head to the farm in ohio. a state review board concluded the animals are free of dangerously infectious or contagious diseases. they were being held by the the past sixoo months. >>> adam yauch has died tonight. doctors diagnosed him with cancer in 2009. he had undergone surgery and radiation. he was 47. >>> a new poll shows the matchup between president obama and at mitt romney tightening. florida and ohio are tossups. romney leaves the president of 1% in florida, while the president edges him by two points in at ohio. romney trailed by at least six points in both states in march. good news for mr. obama in pennsylvania, where he has expanded his lead up to eight points. at least 67% of voters believe the economy is still in recession. a majority believe a recovery is underway. >>> in baltimore county group is working to change what you see on the election ballot in november. officials are intensifying their efforts to overturn th
May 25, 2012 5:00pm EDT
may have been trying to lure another victim. david brown was using the internet site to trick victims into a meeting him. that is where he would pull out a gun and rob the prospective buyer. when police arrested him, he was using a public computer at a downtown library. police say a baltimore man swallowed 15 baggies full of crack cocaine during early- morning traffic stop. it happened around 3:00 this morning. an officer pulled over a vehicle to find the driver acting funny and reportedly choking. kenneth smith swallowed declare -- a clear plastic bag. officers said they were able to retrieve the baddies. -- baggies. he is charged with possession with intent to distribute. >> it is the friday afternoon before memorial day a lot of people heading out of town. aaa estimates 646,000 maryland is hit the road over the next few days. we have a team coverage of your weekend getaway. we begin with tom tasselmyer. >> things look pretty good heading east or west. you should not have a whole lot of weather problems. western maryland, things are really nice. comparable, too. -- comfortable, too.
May 17, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. this is the suspect police are looking for. he is described as being in his 20's with short brown mustache. anyone with information on the case is asked to call crime stoppers. >> bail was set at $50,000 cash each for the two men accused of running a baltimore county pill mill. details were made public about their alleged record of cash business. >> the operator walked out of a baltimore detention center after posting bond. a lot of cash but not when you consider the amount of money that flowed to the pain clinic every day. >> michael reznikov is accused of running a pill mill. gerald wiseberg was the manager. >> he indicated he will plead not guilty. we're going to fight with the state as we always do. >> four months the dea tracked the team. the state says it was a lucrative cash on a and prescription shams medical business where doctors earned $1,200 a day writing countless prescriptions for the addictive painkiller oxycodone with barely a medical exam in exchange. gerry wiseberg allegedly set up the business and place reznikov in charge. while revnikov earned enough money to b
May 8, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. >> nice and brown on each side. >> tuesday they got a special lesson by three world traveled special shelf from the culinary institute of america. every year they take the day to teach high school student some of what they have learned in the course of their careers. >> i do have a passion for education and for learning. these kids are the future of our industry and our country. this is my profession, so i have a stake in trying to maintain and make sure we have people that are going to follow us. >> it is important that they learn from shows such as these -- from chefs such as these because they bring the world of knowledge. >> many say they will go on to culinary school after graduation, and they are excited to learn new techniques and get advice from chefs who have successfully made a career out of it. >> i think it is a great experience to learn other perspectives of what they have gone through in their life experiences. >> where they come from, what they did, and what they grew up doing, maybe what their parents taught them. they can teach us, and maybe we can use it in our futu
May 10, 2012 5:00pm EDT
spend the rest of his life without bars -- behind bars without parole for -- plus 25 years. brown was working part-time as a security officer when williams shot and killed him after being thrown out of the restaurant earlier that night. >> meanwhile, julie -- jury deliberations continue in the rubble calling trial. -- the rowboat calling trial. i-team lead investigative reporter jane miller has an update. -- jane miller has an update. >> the jury in this case just went home without reaching a decision today. they deliberated a total of about eight hours today. the only people we heard was a question asked just before lunchtime when they requested a copy of instructions on all the charges. usually lawyers say that if they sign some jurors are holding out. it is all about the robo call in the elections. and since codefendant, paul schurick, was convicted in december on similar charges. the jury in that case took about four hours to reach a decision. in this case, the jury has been added for a full day, part of yesterday, and will come back tomorrow morning. >> special detectives in
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